Since windows64 and mac are able to run both 32bit and 64bit executables, relying on what python reports as the cpu type can be inaccurate since it will report as being 32bit. However if we used 'file' to acquire information about the executable then we could set the "cputype" more accurately. Need to fall back to current implementation if "file" is not available on the system.
Created attachment 351543 [details] [diff] [review] determine cputype based on avmshell executable Also update the ostype check to be a little more relaxed, don't need EXACT full string match (removes multiple checks for cygwin versions). Removed the win64 ostype, since it should just be 'win' with a cputype of 'x64' a.k.a. 'x64-win'
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